NASA - Lunar Impact Monitoring
NASA's Meteoroid Environment Office (MEO)
is conducting a survey of meteoroids striking the lunar surface. They are asking the amateur
astronomer community to help. Please visit the above links for more information.
A typical flash involves "a meteoroid the size of a softball hitting the Moon at 27 km/s and exploding with as much energy as 70 kg of TNT" and
"the ejecta kicked out from an impact can travel hundreds of miles", says Bill Cooke of NASA's Meteoroid Environment Office (MEO).
Here are a few recent articles at Science@NASA -
Shooting Marbles at 16,000 mph
and 100 Explosions on the Moon
Lunar Impact telescope setup...
Description of a lunar impact imaging run
Images of unconfirmed / probable impacts and cosmic rays
Clear Sky Clocks
Apparent disk of the moon
Lunar Meteoroid Impacts and How to Observe Them by Brian Cudnik
Download LunarScan 1.53 Lunar Impact detection software by Pete Gural.
Download LunarScan 1.5 Previous version.
LunarScan Quick Start Guide (for older versions of Lunarscan)
Download Nudger the Lunar Auto-Guider by George Varros